Beavers extend win streak to four with 5-1 victory over Engineers

November 30, 20191st2nd3rdFinal
Bemidji State2215
Scoring Summary
109:31BSUPassolt, Lydia (Radke, Kiki , Halluska, Abby)
116:11BSULangei, Mak (DeGeorge, Clair , Hunt, Reece)
201:01BSUMack, Haley (Jorde, Briana , Kampa, Tina)
204:03BSUPassolt, Lydia (Halluska, Abby , Radke, Kiki)
301:13BSUBeebe, Paige (Olson, Heather , DeGeorge, Clair)
309:29RPISarah Bukvic (Hannah Price , Blake Orosz)
Goaltender SummaryMinGAENSv
BSUDowhy, Kerigan60:001018
RPIEna Nystrom24:034012
RPIAmanda Rampado35:571020
Statistical ComparisonBSURPI
Shots on Goal3719
Power Plays0-11-6
Beavers extend win streak to four with 5-1 victory over Engineers
Saturday, November 30, 2019
Beavers extend win streak to four with 5-1 victory over Engineers

TROY, N.Y. – Junior Lydia Passolt scored twice and 11 different Beavers registered a point as the Bemidji State University women’s hockey team extended its win streak to four games after sweeping Rennselaer Polytechnic Institute 5-1, Saturday afternoon.

Passolt, senior Kiki Radke (0g-2a), senior Abby Halluska (0g-2a) and junior Clair DeGeorge (0g-2a) each recorded two points for the Beavers (7-8-1, 4-6-0 WCHA) while Mak Langei (1g-0a), Tina Kampa (0g-1a), Briana Jorde (0g-1a), Paige Beebe (0g-1a), Haley Mack (1g-0a), Heather Olson (0g-1a) and Reece Hunt (0g-1a) all record a point.

Bemidji State started the scoring in the first period when Lydia Passolt scored her fifth of the season 9:31 into the opening frame after collecting her own rebound and batting it past RPI’s goaltender Ena Nystrom. The Beavers then extended their lead to 2-0 off the stick of Mak Langei for her second goal of the season after her shot from the right circle deflected off an Engineer defenseman and through the five hole of Nystrom at 16:11. BSU skated into the first intermission with the 2-0 lead and led on the shot chart, 13-5.

The Engineers entered the second period with 90 seconds remaining on a power play but it would be the Beavers on the attack as Haley Mack charged through the offensive zone to score her team-leading eighth goal of the season to extend BSU’s lead to 3-0 just 1:01 into the middle frame. The short-handed goal was Mack’s fourth career short-handed goal which is tied for the program’s most. The Beavers wasted no time to increase their lead to four goals when Passolt netted her second of the game just 3:02 later. The second period would end with the four-goal lead and BSU held a 23-11 shot advantage.

The Beavers scored quickly at the start of the third period with their second short-handed goal of the game 1:13 into the final frame this time off the stick of Paige Beebe. Bemidji State looked to skate to the 5-0 win but at 9:29 RPI’s Sarah Bukvic scored a power-play goal to bring the score to 5-1. That’s how the game would end, however, and the Beavers earned their fourth consecutive victory and second consecutive road series sweep.

Junior Kerigan Dowhy stopped 18-of-19 shots by the Engineers to earn her second victory of the season and improve to 2-2-0.

Bemidji State went 0-for-1 on the power play but held RPI 1-for-6 on its chances including scoring two short-handed goals.

Bemidji State ends its long road trip and returns home to resume Western Collegiate Hockey Association play by hosting St. Cloud State University, Dec. 6-7.

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Nestled in Northern Minnesota’s wooden region and located on the shore of Lake Bemidji, BSU sponsors 15 varsity athletic programs with NCAA Division I men’s and women’s hockey membership in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association, while its 13 NCAA Division II programs hold membership in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NSIC).